Rest homes in auckland is the place which is designed to provide the least care to the old aged people meaning that the old people who are not sick with any kind of the potential disease and are healthy and active otherwise but just require help with their daily chores and households. Rest homes are also known as the nursing homes and sometimes old age homes. Although since these facilities are popular in many countries and many people are happily living in these but there are some people still who are not aware of the existence let alone the benefits of the rest homes and that why long term health care is required for them at this stage of their life.
Who lives in the rest homes:
Some people who have some sort of mental or physical disability but these are the people who do not require the hospital care all the time but simple basic medical attention are the ones who needs to be in the rest homes. Apart from this, people who are healthy and active and just cannot simply live alone could also be living in the rest homes. There are certified nurses and other helpers to help these people medically and with all other routine works. Senior people do not need to worry about the quality of the services provided there as these are supervised by the management authorities who make sure that the best services are given to the residents.
Types of the rest homes:
Based on the level of care provided the rest homes are divided in to number of categories and are named accordingly.
These are different than the rest homes in a manner that these take care of most of the activities of the residents including medical schedule, meals, assistance with various movements for daily activities as well as providing them with the therapies that they require for their speech as well as dementia and movements. People who have chronic conditions are the ones who live in these kind of the rest homes.
Assisted living homes
As the name represent, residents in these kind of the rest homes are provided the assistance but these do not need it all the time. The staff and the nurses are however present all the time to see if someone needs help with one thing or another. These rest homes organize various kinds of activities and events to keep the resident busy and happy.
Care homes are similar to the assisted living rest homes but the number of residents living in these are less and there are generally 20 people per care home. The difference is that there is not full time nursing facilities but if someone needs medical assistance they could be taken to a relative doctor. It is suitable for people who do not need much medical help but require h